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Fifth Grade Celebrates Luau/Beach Day
Celebrating 100 Days of Learning
It's a good idea to stay in shape BEFORE your big Thanksgiving feast, and that's what students at Tackan Elementary are doing this week with their "Turkey Hunt!"
Date Added: 11/22/2022
Tackan Second Graders got to meet Firefighter Tommy and Tank, the Fire Dog, today!
Tommy and Tank work at the Firehouse in SOHO, NY and were featured in the October Scholastic News. The Second Graders learned about fire safety and what firefighters look like when they are in their gear.
Click here to view the Photo Slideshow.
Date Added: 11/10/2022
What a perfect day…for a Fun Run!!
Check out the Tackan Elementary Boosterthon fun run, which raises money for the school’s Cultural Arts program.
Shout out to the Tackan PTA for putting this together!!
Date Added: 11/4/2022
Led by Principal "Super Grover", Tackan Elementary students had a wonderful Halloween parade this morning!
Great costumes everyone!
Date Added: 10/31/2022
The Smithtown Central School District Communications Committee is proud to announce that we will start to send a monthly bulletin in an effort to better share important information with our school community.
Click HERE to read the Smithtown Bulletin.
Date Added: 10/28/2022
Students are wearing neon colors at Tackan Elementary School today, as part of Red Ribbon Week.
Why neon? Principal Matthew Furey says "Because their futures are so bright!"
Date Added: 10/26/2022
Three classes of kindergarten students at Tackan Elementary were in the Halloween spirit on Tuesday.
The students, with help from parents and teachers, measured, weighed and carved some pumpkins!
Some students said the removal of the
"slippery seeds" was their favorite part. For more pictures head to our Facebook page!
Date Added: 10/25/2022
The Smithtown Beach Clean-Up at Sunken Meadow State Park was a huge success this past Saturday.
More than 100 people came out representing every school in the district! Students and teachers acted as citizen scientists, picking up 192 pounds of trash and documented what kind it was. That information will be added to the database that follows trends in trash.
Thank you to Lauren Hoffman, HSW teacher and Environmental Club advisor, who organized the day with her club. AMSEAS (Atlantic Marine Conservation Society) and the Smithtown Green Team was there with buckets and pickers and gloves.
Lots of Smithtown pride represented!
Date Added: 10/23/2022
Mrs. Draiss’ second graders really got in the Halloween spirit this month while developing their measuring skills. Students moved around the room working together at various Monster Math stations utilizing their measuring skills with non-standard and standard units of measurement.
They even applied their problem solving strategies to help solve some Monsterous word problems. Students chose a monster body shape, color, mouth, number of eyes and legs. Then, they measured the various parts to create their own Measurement Monsters.
The unique designs were monsterrific!
Date Added: 10/14/2022
We are very proud to present the Smithtown 2027 Strategic Plan to the school community. For the past 20 months, two Stakeholder Planning Teams consisting of students, parents, community members, and District staff have worked to identify the goals that will guide the district for the next five years. The initiative began with the development and administration of a survey to gather the thoughts and opinions of the entire Smithtown school community. We were very pleased and thankful that well over 4,000 people took the time to complete the survey. The results of these surveys served as the baseline for developing the strategic plan and the district’s revised mission, vision, beliefs, and goals moving forward.
The five strategic goals guiding us into the future are:
• Academic Achievement and Growth for Each Student
Our students are provided high-quality instruction and support to ensure the academic growth of each student and prepare them to succeed in their chosen path beyond high school.
• Student Belonging and Well-being
Our students are provided a safe and supportive environment and demonstrate skills and attributes to cope with life challenges and achieve personal well-being.
• Positive Working Environment and Staff Engagement
Our staff feel valued, are fully invested in students’ success, and feel that they receive the support they need to be highly effective employees.
• Stakeholder Involvement and Community Collaboration
Our families and community members are valued and collaborative partners in promoting student success.
• District and School Effectiveness and Efficiency
Our resources are maximized to achieve our strategic goals and provide efficient and cost-effective operations, systems, and services.
More information on strategies and actions to achieve these goals, as well as how we will measure success, can be found in the full strategic plan. You can access the 2022-2027 Smithtown Central School District Strategic Plan HERE.
Date Added: 10/11/2022
Book Buddies have returned to Tackan Elementary School.
Ms. Sullivan's third grade students and Ms. Weissman's Kindergarten class have a wonderful time reading and learning together on Friday afternoons.
Thank you to our third graders for being such wonderful role models and to our kindergarteners for being great listeners and working hard with their big book buddies!
Head to our Facebook page for more pictures!
Date Added: 10/4/2022
Artists from grades 3-5 at Tackan Elementary had the opportunity to participate in this years Shanti Fund Art Competition.
All students created a mosaic mural collectively as a school to show their unity which aligned with the Shanti Fund theme of Peace and The Environment. Students in grades K-5 all had the opportunity to contribute to the creation of their mural during art classes with Mrs. Chandler.
The mural will be displayed proudly in their school.
Date Added: 9/23/2022
More than 150 students at Tackan Elementary School celebrated their successful Summer reading assignments on Tuesday with an Italian ices party!
Students who chose to complete a summer reading assignment and activity enjoyed ices and received special bracelets provided by the school PTA. Congrats to the students and Tackan reading teacher Christina Kolahifar!
Date Added: 9/20/2022
Smithtown schools are all participating in Childhood Cancer Awareness month today. Since childhood cancer is represented by the color gold, students and faculty are wearing gold on their shoes, their clothes and even their hair to show support!
Some schools, like Accompsett Elementary have a bucket to donate any money to help “change cancer.”
Tonight, everyone is encouraged to wear gold to the Smithtown High School West/East football game!
Date Added: 9/16/2022
Great job by Principal Furey, teachers and all the students at Tackan Elementary School for participating in Childhood Cancer Awareness month.